Ultimately, Adobe System chief technology officer (CTO) Kevin Lynch has resigned and accepted a position with Apple as vice president of technology. He will report to Bob Mansfield, Apple’s senior vice president of technology.
In a Tuesday filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Adobe confirmed that Lynch tendered his resignation on Monday.
In an expanded statement, Adobe said Lynch “is leaving the company effective March 22 to take a position at Apple.”
He will leave the company on March 22, with CEO Shantanu Narayen and senior vice president Bryan Lamkin sharing his responsibilities.
“Kevin Lynch has joined Apple as vice president of technology, reporting to Bob Mansfield,” said Apple spokesman Steve Dowling, who added that Lynch “was shaping Adobe’s long-term technology vision across the company.”DON'T MISS: Hit List
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